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MLB trade rumors and news for April 12th, 2017

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Good morning baseball fans!

Here is a look at what’s happening around the American League East.

  • The Braves sign Jason Motte to minor-league deal.
  • Take a look at how players who joined new teams this season are performing through the first week of 2017.
  • Detroit has optioned pitcher Bruce Rondon and have called up Joe Jimenez.
  • Gary Sanchez has been sent to the 10-day DL with no timeframe yet of when he’ll be back.
  • The Orioles re-signed Michael Bourn.
  • Jackie Bradley Jr. will head to the 10-day DL for a knee injury he sustained in the Red Sox game on Saturday.
  • San Francisco places Buster Posey on 7-day DL because taking a shot like that to the head isn’t something you just rub some dirt on.
  • If you shook a Magic Eight Ball and asked it if you should trust Dan Duquette it may or may not explode due to the pressure of having to answer.
  • The Mariners send Jean Segura to disabled list.
  • Yordano Ventura’s mother threw out the 1st pitch of the Royals’ home opener and there was not a dry eye in the house. Rest in peace, Ace.
  • Well this can’t be good: The Braves will lose Matt Kemp to the dreaded 10-day DL.
  • Wil Myers hit for the cycle on Monday because a lot of really cool things can happen in the one week of baseball being back.
  • Don’t invite Martha Stewart to very pivotal moments, you never know how they could end.

Important Links:

MLB Injury Tracker

Offseason Trade Tracker

2016-17 Free Agent Tracker

Spring Training Release Tracker

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Today in baseball: On April 12th, 2002, Barry Bonds passes former Twin first baseman Harmon Killebrew on the all-time home run list.

Question of the Day: Is Dan Duquette trustworthy or just phoning this whole thing in?